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Aerial thermography cannot be left out in the wide spectrum of thermal imaging applications

Aerial thermal imaging survey is one method used to illustrate the issues being faced by cities and industries in the attempt to cut costs and conserve energy. This technique employs high resolution and sensitive thermal imagers usually mounted on airplanes or helicopters. These cameras measure the relative heat emissions from buildings, industrial sources and landfill [...]

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Ultramodern diagnostic tools that make your inspections and surveys worthwhile

In order to associate hot or cold spot in an IR image with the real target on the field, FLIR systems has advanced the features of their new thermal imaging cameras with an in-built laser pointer which only does its job when activated. For the sake of expediency, these cameras are fitted with a Picture-in-Picture [...]

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Capture images on the spot and get surprised at the results you will achieve

Instant reports can be created directly with Flir thermal imaging cameras. Flir IR cameras also have the ability to capture and record thermal distribution and difference in temperatures concurrently. This allows engineers to see and accurately measure heat patterns, dissipation, leakage and other temperature factors in equipment, products and processes. .

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Impending dangers are easily avoided when thermal imaging cameras are employed

With high resolution upgraded ranging from 60 x 60 pixels to 640 x 480 pixels, new flir thermal imaging cameras allow you to see vividly, the flaws found in industrial equipment and processes. They also have the ability to identify looming dangers that can be kept away before they cause any serious mayhem. Know how [...]

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FLIR thermal imaging cameras are tough and solidly designed. They can withstand harsh conditions

Flir thermal imaging cameras are built to withstand a 2 meter drop. They can also resist watersplash with varied IP rates. Flir i series for instance have an IP43 rate and the Flir E series also comes with an IP54 rate. With a 4 hour battery life you can still keep up with your demanding [...]

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With thermal imaging cameras, you can bring to light many defects

FLIR systems has continually upgraded the thermal sensitivity of its thermal imaging cameras to as far <30 mk. This guarantees the optimum image details with vital thermal information on temperature differences. These high resolution thermal imaging cameras allow you to automatically optimize and adjust the brightness and contrast of images to make way for easy [...]

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Using thermal imaging in Research and Development

All around the world, Engineering and Scientific researchers are extensively using thermal imaging or infrared cameras. Thermal imaging cameras offer insight into significant information about an object’s thermal attributes. Manufacturing industries as well are using thermal imaging cameras to enhance their quality control during the earliest stages of product development. These instruments help to study [...]

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Use thermal imaging cameras and cover a wider target area

Thermal imaging cameras have indeed become the perfect instruments for professionals who know the benefits of utilizing and relying on infrared as a technique for finding out faults in the manufacturing industries. FLIR Infrared cameras possess up to 640×480 pixels detector which help them to trace multiple anomalies that are invisible to the human eye [...]

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Illegal immigrants flushed out using thermal imaging cameras

Slough borough council spends £24,000 on flights with the aim to build up an accurate 3D map of every building in Berkshire town. These flights are spy planes equipped with thermal imaging cameras. They have helped to catch illegal immigrants who are living in shed and garages. . Spy plane equipped with thermal imaging cameras [...]

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10 reasons why you should try thermal imaging at work

Thermal imaging is a state of the art technology in which heat produced by the human body or any object is captured by an infrared detector or thermal imaging camera. These cameras read the temperature of the human body or objects in relation to their surroundings and produce visual images in that respect. Applications for [...]

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